The Mount Junior School pupils take part in an exciting programme of trips each term. All trips are planned to enhance our pupils’ learning experience, as well as providing them with new opportunities and happy memories.

Our pupils are naturally curious with enquiring minds. As a result much learning goes on outside the classroom. 

Pupils from Reception to Year 6 regularly take part in trips away from school, bringing the curriculum to life and reinforcing ideas learned within the classroom.

Examples of recent Junior School day trips include;
Yorkshire Museum for a Tudor workshopCountryside DayJorvik Viking CentreNational Media Museum
Barley HallEurekaCastle MuseumScarborough Beach

Residential Trips

From Year 2, we take pupils on an annual residential trip where they have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities and spend time away from home living with their peers.  The activities and locations chosen are ideally suited to providing a perfect introduction to outdoor learning as well as the opportunity to make memories that last a life time.  Whilst they are away all pupils are cared for by our team of experienced staff.

 

Examples of recent Junior School Residential Trips include:
Year 2 Bewerley Park Outdoor CentreOutdoor activities in the Nidderdale
Year 3 & 4 Scarborough Youth HostelOutdoor activities at the coast
Year 3 & 4 Helmsley Youth HostelOutdoor activities in and around the North Yorkshire Moors
Year 5 & 6 Cranedale CentreScience, Geography and outdoor activities on the North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Coast
Year 5 & 6 Marrick PrioryOutdoor activities in the Yorkshire Dales